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Hello everyone. Today we will conduct a reaction with chromium oxide 3. Chromium oxide will serve us as a catalyst. We will get the chromium oxide out of the reaction of the decomposition of ammonium dichromate.
Do not attempt to repeat following experiment by yourself!
The first reaction with it is going to be the catalytic oxidation of ammonia using chromium oxide 3.
Now pour the reagents into the flask. Since ammonia is lighter than air, it is best to collect it from the bottom of the vessel. To start the reaction, we’ll add some water to the mixture.
Now let’s add the retrieved red-hot chromium oxide into our jar.
What did just happen during this reaction, you could wonder. Ammonia in the jar has reacted with oxygen. The catalyst for the reaction was chromium oxide 3.
This reaction produces nitrogen oxide water.
Place a piece of cotton wool soaked in ethyl alcohol onto the cup . Then, ignite the cotton. Now quickly sprinkle the cotton wool with chromium oxide.
During this reaction, chromium oxide catalyzes the oxidation of ethanol to acetaldehyde.
By the way, the smell of acetaldehyde is very much like a quick-drying super glue. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thoisoi2